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Longitudinal Assessment of the Impact of Leadership on Organizational Performance.
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Longitudinal Assessment of the Impact of Leadership on Organizational Performance.

2.013 Slovenia, E-Leader Conference, Jan. 2013.   BRUNO, Léo. Artigo Bruno, Léo 1947- BRUNO, Léo. The study sought to evaluate, seven years later on (2005 - 2012), the personal values profile, the predominant leadership styles, the leadership effectiveness, the relationship between personal values balance and leadership effectiveness, and the relationship between personal values balance and organizational performance of a group of Brazilian executives. In order to evaluate the personal values profile a closed instrument of the rank order type has been developed and applied. To identify the predominant leadership styles, as well as the leadership effectiveness of the involved executives, it has been used an instrument available in the market. To verify the relationship between personal values balance and leadership effectiveness, it has been used the linear regression method computing the linear correlation coefficient between the before mentioned variables, involving 400 executives. The study has shown that the executives have an unbalance in their personal values profile, with predominance of economic and theoretical values. Additionally the study has uncovered lack of flexibility regarding the leadership styles, presenting styles of selling and sharing ideas as dominants. The study also showed that the leadership effectiveness of the involved executives was at a moderate level. The research also pointed out a high positive relationship between executives` personal values balance and leadership effectiveness. Additionally to that, the study suggested a positive relation between executives' personal values balance scores and organizational performance. Finally, the research found that executives' values had not shifted, neither their leadership profile. Inglês 005:316.46 B898l 2013